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Border Water Council

Recommendations from COBRO's first annual conference in 1997 resulted in the formation of the Border Water Council for San Diego County and Tijuana. Comprised of technical representatives from water agencies on both sides of the border, the Council provides an effective means of communication regarding water supply issues.

The Council meets periodically to share data and information. The Council monitors progress of the joint Colorado River conveyance feasibility study and modifications to the U.S./Mexico emergency water supply connection.

The Council has been incorporated into the Border Liaison Mechanism (BLM) program of the Consuls General as an official group in the program.